- Elegiac Wonder and Intertextuality in the Liberal
- Jane Porter and the Wonder of Lord Byron
- ‘A Greater Luxury’: Keats’s Depictions of Mistiness and Reading
- ‘Wonder’ as a Complex Word
- Review Essay
- Porscha Fermanis, John Keats and the Ideas of the Enlightenment (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009), pp. 158. £60.00 hardback. 9780748637805.
- Stacey McDowell
- Tom Duggett, Gothic Romanticism: Architecture, Politics, and Literary Form (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. xii + 219. £52.50 / $80.00 hardback. 9780230615328.
- Jacqueline M. Labbe, Writing Romanticism: Charlotte Smith and William Wordsworth, 1784–1807 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. x + 218. £50.00 hardback. 9780230285491.
- Gilli Bush-Bailey, Performing Herself: Autobiography and Fanny Kelly’s Dramatic Recollections (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011), pp. 224. £55.00 hardback. 9780719079214.
- Simon Bainbridge (ed.), Romanticism: A Sourcebook, Palgrave Sourcebooks (Houndmills: Palgrave, 2008), pp. 344. £60.00 hardback. 987023000346.
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Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies invites nominations for its annual essay prize. The $500 award recognizes excellence in interdisciplinary scholarship on any nineteenth-century topic. We encourage members of INCS to nominate an essay written by a current member of INCS or to submit their own work. Articles published in a journal or an edited collection dated 2012 are eligible. The winning essay will be announced at the 2013 conference, to be held at the University of Virginia, March 14-17, 2013. The winner is invited to put together a panel for the 2014 INCS Conference.
Volume 19 / 2012 of ‘Essays in Romanticism’ is now available on the Liverpool University Press liverpool.metapress.com website at http://liverpool.metapress.com/content/j8414k5t3m36/.
This issue contains the following articles:
|The Secular Jane Austen: Radical Reflexivity and the Nova Effect||p. 1|
|Wordsworth and Reading Verse||p. 19|
|Breeding Scorpions in the Brain: Obsession in Keats’s Isabella, or the Pot of Basil||p. 33|
|Kathleen Béres Rogers|
|Bad Taste, Gothic Bodies, and Subversive Aesthetics in Hogg’s Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner||p. 49|
|Kelly E. Battles|
|Legitimizing Voice: Petrarchan Form in Mary Darby Robinson’s Sonnet Sequence, Sappho and Phaon||p. 65|
|Death of a Beautiful Moor Woman: Obstinate Clerks and the Form of Evidence in the British Colonial Archive||p. 83|
Threads of Life: Matilda Marian Pullan (1821-1862), Needlework Instruction, and the Periodical Press
MARIANNE VAN REMOORTEL
Competing Girlhoods: Competition, Community, and Reader Contribution in The Girl’s Own Paper and The Girl’s Realm
William Fulford, “The Set,” and The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine
PATRICK C. FLEMING
RSVP Bibliography: 2009-2011
Advances in Digitization: The Dickens Journals Online Project, 2012
Book Reviews by ANDREW HOBBS, LARRY K. UFFELMAN, and SARAH GRACOMBE